Paris-based robo-adivser Yomoni has appointed Jérémy Dudek as head of Research within its investment team.
InvestmentEurope was told Dudek will be responsible for developing the firm’s long-term quantitative models on cross-assets and equities. He will also work on the robo-adviser’s tools aiming to the optimisation of personal finance.
Dudek started his career as a quantitative analyst at ABN Amro Investments Solutions (former A.A.Advisors) in 2008. He then joined Lutetia Capital in 2012 where he was a risk manager within the quantitative research team.
Yomoni was co-founded at the end of 2014 by Mourtaza Asad-Syed and Laurent Girard. The firm has set a target of €1bn of assets under management by 2020.